More space for terraces in Herentalsebaan thanks to Keteleer (Deurne) car park extension

The Keteleer car park officially opened on Friday afternoon. © Patrick Dero


The renovated Keteleer car park at Herentalsebaan in Deurne opened on Friday. The number of spaces has been increased from 44 to 105. “This allows us to fill the parking spaces for merchants in Herentalsebaan differently, with a terrace for example, if there is a demand for it,” says Alderman Public Space Councilor Freddy Laurent. (open vld).

61 additional parking spaces. This is the balance at the new Keteleer car park at Herentalsebaan in Deurne. On Friday afternoon, County Sheriff Tjerk Sekeres (N-VA) and Alderman Freddy Laurent Open Vld officially cut the ribbon. Thus the car park is open earlier than planned, because originally the works were not supposed to be completed until the Christmas holidays.

Due to the significant expansion of the car park, there are also new opportunities for street merchants. “For example, if merchants want to put a porch in front of their business, we can now fill in a parking space in front of their door differently,” says Public Domain alderman Freddy Laurent (Open Vld). “Currently, there is no demand for this from dealers, but due to the additional spaces in the Keteleer car park, we now have a buffer that makes this possible.”

Car park expanded from 44 to 105 parking spaces, including six handicapped spaces © Patrick Dero

The renovated Keteleer car park. © Patrick Dero


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